The needs and concerns of women in their public and working lives have unique economic, political, social, and educational characteristics. Addressing these inter-related factors while raising awareness about relevant policies and programs are the primary functions of the Institute for Women and Work (IWW), a program of the ILR School at Cornell University.

Recent Submissions

  • 2007 New York Census: The State of Women Business Leaders in New York State 

    Institute for Women and Work at Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations (2008-03-19)
    [excerpt] The glass ceiling still looms over women executives across New York, a new Cornell study shows. Women may represent nearly half of New York's workers but they comprise less than 15 percent of the total board ...


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